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WhodamanHD

What type of spiriferid is this?

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WhodamanHD

Hello everyone, I have dwindling amounts of material from my trip to paupack to be identified. This is some spiriferids from the trilobite ridge, these were especially numerous. Some layers were basically made out of them. I'd like to get a species or at least a genus on these guys, the loose one I'm thinking of labeling and placing in a river mount, then sending it to the land owner. The formation is questionable as there are many present, although it's probably lower Devonian (although some late Silurian exist).

 

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Fossildude19

Your last image reminds me a bit of both Acrospirifer sp. and Punctospirifer sp. 

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Arizona Chris

Or possibly mucrospirifer (sans wing tips!) ?

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